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  • The Arc of Fresno/Madera counties struggles to stay open

    Arc executive director Lori Ramirez talks about the challenges to stay open. Agencies that provide services to people with developmental disabilities are struggling to stay open. They haven't had a rate increase from the state since 2004. Already an agency in Contra Costa County, which served 3,000 children, has closed.

Arc executive director Lori Ramirez talks about the challenges to stay open. Agencies that provide services to people with developmental disabilities are struggling to stay open. They haven't had a rate increase from the state since 2004. Already an agency in Contra Costa County, which served 3,000 children, has closed. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com
Arc executive director Lori Ramirez talks about the challenges to stay open. Agencies that provide services to people with developmental disabilities are struggling to stay open. They haven't had a rate increase from the state since 2004. Already an agency in Contra Costa County, which served 3,000 children, has closed. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com

Valley services for developmentally disabled struggle to survive: ‘We’re on our knees’

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